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The McArliur Democrat
OMICIAI. OKQAR or Y1NTONOO0HTY
LOCAL DEPARTMENT
rOH L XX3 AIi MOTWXS BEE rOUBTB rAQB;
HI tBO BOAO TO WEALTH, M 0 ADTSBT1S1
imintmi, TERMS, FAT IN ADVANCE.
Dr. Raphael.
lias change bis residence from
Cincinnati to Chicago. All Letters
are to be addressed to him as follows
DR. RAPHAEL,
Box No. C273, Poet Office,
Chicago. Illinois.
LOCAL DEPARTMENT ATTENTION, SOLDIERS!!
I wish to say to our returning soldiers,
widows, and heirs of deceased soldiers.
that I will attend to tretl'inff their Back
Pay, Bouuties, and Peasioaa, aid Local
Bounties ; also, for all who were impris
oned In Southern prisons commutation in
money for their rations whilst imprisoned
and three months extra pay; and I will at
tend to the collection of a'.l other claims
on th United States or State of Ohio.
Fee for each application from t5 to ftlO
owing to tne irouoie ana expense incur
E. A. BRATTON,
McArthur, Ohio.
July 13, 1865.
Sewino Machines. I wish again
to say to'the citizens of this county
that I can furnish "Wheeler Wil
son's Sewing Machines" the best
manufactured at Cincinnati prices
oud as choap as any other person
-can sell them. This being the case
wbyioin you not order from mo, as
well as to buy from 1 eddlers!
MRS. RUTH C. BRATTON.
Ladiks' Patent Cousets. I wish
1o9aytotho Ladies of McArthur
and vicinity, -that 1 hae a couple of
downs of Madam Dorsey's Patent
Sell-Supporting Corsets for sale, at
the lowest pticos. These are the
most desirable article worn by ladies
in point of health,' and canuot be
"Surpassed for iK'nMtrs?-
Call and ei'e for y nrselves, and be
MRS RUTH C. BRATTON.
OCTThe Court t.f IVmmon Pleas
o Vmton cunty (Miomenced on
Tuesday Judge Ply Icy presiding.
A Chanck to Marky. Now is
the time, boys, to pitch iu'.o the lift
matrimonial, as you can purchase
your Bureaus, Bedsteads, (with
spring bottoms, at that,) Tables,
Chairs, and eveiy othor article ol
SFurnituro your "better half" may
desire, at lower pricus than can be
bought elsewhere.
Got married, boys I (the gala are
waiting lor you to "pop the question")
and go to LIulbcrt & Wilson, aud
ot your Furniture.
See their advertisement in this
?papcr.
Dan Bice's Great Show will pos.
itively exhibit in McArthur, on Fri
lay, the 6th of October, 1865. For
the amusement and information ol
our citizens, this exhibition surpasses
all others. The educated animals ol
Rice's Exhibitions exceod anything
ol tho kind in the world. No man
living has been at more labor and
expense to succeed than the celebra
ted Dan R ce.
The Yak is the only aniual of the
kind in the United States. This is
the same animal, of which, it is Bald,
that Mr Lincoln remarked "that it
would make a good Cabinet Officer."
It hi au animal of wonderful sagaci
ty. The Palatine Sheep should be seen
by all our ''Sheep Growers."
VThey are sheep as is sheep." Then
the Ponies, Kangarqoa.J and Trick
Horses surpasses all others of the
kind. Dan Rice is a Show himself
one of the greatest humorists in
the world. It you want to be enter
tained and informed of the customs
and habits of the 'Animal King
dom," be on hand, on the 6th of Oc
tober. Let every body turn out I
New Washing Machine. Our
town has been-, during past week, in
considerable excitement, from the
introduction of a new Washing Ma
chiue called the "Emancipator."
Our "better halt" had a large wash
ing done, ready for .boiling, in eleven
minutes. It washes clean from the
coarsest to the finest fabric. To un
derstand it, one ladies should see it
work. It is very simple and com
plete, and is, without any doubt, the
best machine we ever saw. It ia a
great saving of time aud labor:
-
rjO"Godey'a Lady's Book, for Oc
tober, has been received; and (t is
beautiful number. Oar lady friends
etouW, by all means, hare it,
IiiAft thi YakI In the last
Register II. C. Jonea says; "The
South become distracted, and ws
went down there with bayonets and
brought them to their wits." A
wag at our elbow, who says be knos
all the parties, suggests the kuowa
some of the "we's" who went down
there to steal something.
PROBATE NOTICE.
T)EARLY Brown, surviving Administrator
X of toe Estate or John M. Brown. Iita of
Vinton county, Ohio, deceased, fata Hod his
accounts and vouchers Tnr innjunn .nil
settlement, ana mat me unit will ba for hear
"Ohio, on the Slstdny of September, A. tf!
lUff in ID Probata I'nnrl nf V n .
RICHARD CKA1Q.
September 8, 1805-fiw Probata Judge.
MARIETTA AND CINCIA
RAILROAD.
PORTSMOUI'U BRANCH
ON and after Thursday, febraarw it, list
regular Passenger Trains will run in con
nection with the Trains on main una batween
Portsmouth aad Cincinnati, aa follow! i
Leaves Portsmouth at 8:1s A. U.. arrivea it
Pioneer, at 9:S5A.M.; arriee at Portland at
10:u A.M.; arrive ta Jackson at 10:67a. U.:
arrives at Harudea at 11 :CU A.M.: arivaa at Cin
cinr.atlatS:S5 P.Mj
Leavea Cincinnati at 8:Sr) A.M.: leavea Ham
den at 3 P.M.; arrives at Jackson at 8:84 P.
M.; arrivea at Portland at 4:21 P.M.; arrives it
Pioueor at iM P.M.; arrivaa at Portsmouth at
1:10 P.M.
Accommodation Train depart from Ports-
mouth at 1:45 P.M.: arrivaa at Pioneer it 4:S
and de9arta at 4:50; arrivea at Jaeleon at M
ana ilamdsn. at 7:80. Departs 6 :4U A.M ; ar
rives'ut Jackson at 7:35; arrives at Plonaorat
9:35; and arrives at Fortsmou that 11:45.
ThroBirn Tickets to Cincinnati canba obtain
ed at Portsmouth, Portland, and Jackson, at
in louowing rates:
''ortamoutn to UnclnnaU, 11.09
Portland " do ,480
.Tsokson " do 4.00
9
LET THE AFFLICTED READ
tnd learn that a perfect and radical ears Is warrants
aod snaraolMd to all who an aflllcUd with waakMS,
dabllTty, nsrvons eomplalnU, nulanehoty Ihonibu, a.
prawloa of spirits, dif trwa aod anpiUh of mind, loas of
lp, low of memory, Um of energy and motcnlar fowt,
puny gTowth, wwtln( away, and a wantormoBdenoe la
themMlres, hinting Sts, oaavalslTe UMitiUn(S, unpo
leoae sad disgust of life.
HOAR WHAT THE HESIOAt rBBSS
SATS.
Sens pbyelclansrsnnlrstefce told fhe nature of yo
.h. cunr.iun amTANin phvhiciaw doM
ileaM-th BMQLISa BOTANIO PHYSICIAN does
not. UK perfect knowledge of the human lyiMm enables
blm todMcribe the diseases without any inrormauon n-ota
the patient, to explain IU orlgtial canae, and to guaranle
Its core. And, what Is more valuable still, he will baa
eellr and
ThiawiU
trouble, aad
Bavin vaa
and, what Is better than allflt will save your lite from
feeing ekortened by wrong treatment.
Hla examinations an made without anv lafcrmattoa
from the patient ; therafore be theraagbly andenlanda
their Phreiea! conditio aad Pknaoloaloal de-eloiMieat,
wituoai wntoa na aever ooniq pimw. -u --j
astonishing cures. It should be remembered that thk)
Botanic rbrsician penonne nne tnonxni impianie.
If you hare tried olbera and got no relief, If yon wish ts
asjoy good fcealth sud lonx lll, ir Too are wlee, you wia
go ana coneun ue. irau, um oumm.iv . u.iv.w
All kle oomrauntoatlons and Interviews sr strictlf
(ntiats aad ooBldeatiaL Htdkal oarnol.
rACTS ARB STUBBORN THINGS.
Hear what the rbtladelpbla comapondent taTS In the
Commonwealth, Wilmington, Delaware, tth of April,
1849:
'An Enzllih (entteman. formerlv connected with lbs
Aritleh Armv. and who etrlee blmeelf the 1 InilUk Bo
tanic Physician,' has of lata gained an extenilro reputa
tion here by hie skill in curing all manner of complaints.
Some of his patients I have ooavereed with, aod Ikey
pronounoe his remedies and mods of treatment aa very
snperior. Some kava been restored ae If by magic. The
nedlclne he used Is dlililWd by himself from various
herbs poeoeselng rare curative properties.
"While actios: In the armv ha devoted bis leimr
momenta In a thorough study of the effects produoed by
aertaln medicinal roots and herbs on all manner of die.
It seeme he baa found a aurs snd ineedr remed
for all the Mils that Seek la keir to.' His practice) e
already extensive and is daily increasing. In Iks eom
plaints to wkkh females are subjected ks has no equal,
as a targe aaatber here have teetiSed that they ows not
only their present goad health, but their Ursa, le Ua
Ul of tuts English Detank rkysiclao."
MORS 0009 NBWSt
raoit iiion and reliable au.
THORITT.
The Botanic Remedies of Doctor Raphael, the Xnglish
Botanlo Pkvsician, never failed yet to mate a perfeoi,
radical, aad permanent eure of ALL
PRIVATE, SECRET, AND VENEREAL
DISEASES,
Without the ass of Mercury, without hindrance from
business, and without fear of discovery or exposure. M
deadly potions, such sa arsenic, nux vomica, opium, oc
any other poisons. Mo mercury nor any deadly minerals
nothing but purely Vegetable Botanical Bemedles era
rued by this wonderful Botanic Physician. His Botanlo
Bemedles never yet failed to curs the most obstinate
and the moat dangerous cases, and to remove all mercury
and other impurities from tne system waea au otkar
Betnedies had failed. Jfedioai JWmI.
GOOD NEWS FOB SINGLE USB
COOTIimPLATXNa MASRUaS.
SADDLE &
HA RIMES S
MANUFACTORY.
AMBROSE & TINKIIAM,
McArthur Ohio.
T'EEPS constantly on land and manufacture
ik 10 order, every variety and style of
LADIES AND GENTS SADDLES
whieh for workmnaehlp and stock will com nara
with any si mi lor work in Southern Ohio.
ALSO. Harncaa single and double seta,
from the plainest to the finest mounted. Also
ovsry vaneiy ui nuiuv i tuica aw nanora.
. . T j n ! 11 . IT . 1 .
All or which will beaold at tna lowest cush Ag
ates. Call and examine stock oa hands.
May 16 18S5.-J mo.
frankly Ml wh.th.r yoo oao M carta r hi,
saMtfr nar mlad-aod sava Von npeasa, tima,
dlMpnotntMeat. J wllLbe the mwaaaf
nn a dollar STST will ZkfS row tlMSJb.
GEORGE NIXON'S ESTATE.
TV OTICE is hereby given that the nib.
acriber has been appointed andquali
fled as Administrator on toe Estate of
George Nixou.lata of Vmton County, Ohio,
deceased' J. Us oWTLAND.
August IT, lbro-lt
For Blank Deeds, fall"
bttttat lefcal Gralar
Itk ftbuilual
15
1
tBTtUtomH large
letter pages rot two
DBS. JACKSON. HURBEBT t?o.,Propie
tors of the National Dispensary, established
Cincinnati, 0. Jan. 1, I860, cure all private fe-
n pni
Wei
seaeee with unexampled rapiditr.
npled rapidity.
gnariv
tea to eure Gonorrhoea, Gleet, 6;
ooea. Uleet. by
phi Ilia, Im
potency, NocUirnafEmissiona, or Female Ccm
plaint', in short evrrr possible form and var
iety of 8ialar DUease. Cures rapid, thoroiteh
and permanent, and fees moderate fiend tor
circular -flftaeu larreSin. by 11 In. letter
pagea, of varied, valuable and interesting mit
ter. Also, a circular intended for Ladies ony.
aiany oj our paiwnu assert, mey nava uti:
money to Doctors In Eaafe)rn ciiius and rao eir-
ed no return.
Than why rot patronise home talent mm
who kaow the Weatorn climato and eflct
speedy eurea.
Dr. Jeoksou's Female rnls-vl per box- -ao3
for Circular. Special written Kopliea, will sed
ed.sent with the Circular, whbout har).
Oseof the cheapest, most intrerstius and im
portant books pahlished. 800 paes, 100 engrar
Inge "The Mountrin of Light, or Medical Pr
toctor and Marriage Guid.and an Explicit Koy to
Love and Beauty. it 8AT1SFACTOL1LV
reveals various subjects nevor before fullfet-
plained in any popular work In aha Engllih
anguage. Price in centa and one 3 centatamp,
or three for f 1 and three 3 otnt stamps. Kuij
doscribed In Ciroular. which avcrv vountt mar
should have, whether aiek or well.
Medicine and Instruction sn promptly to any
art of the conn try. t'oneultiig Boo f the
lespensarv. No 167 Sveamora street. P. 0
Bo, No 43S.
JR. JACKSON' ORIF.VT AT. LINIMFAT
Semovoaall coldness, oud rejavioatea organ
which have laindormeni for nianv Tears. It
will enra any case of iinnotencv.criate and in
oreate the passions for any reasonable time
Can ba mailed wit h perfect eafoty. Priee W pa
bottle.
'JK. JACKSON'S FRENCH PATENT MALI
SAVE.
It U Berfecttv safe and uavar full, ta rlw. ;.
faction. It ia the only aoreand safe preventa
tive against contracting disease ever Invented,
rrlca 1 each, 4 por half doxen.and 7 ru
doten.sont br mail.
Old and young should use
SITEJILING'S
r t
K li K U S
roa
1 The Hair.
It prerents or stops the Hair
from falling sjDlenseB, Beantifies,
Preserves, and rejicfers it Soft and
Glossy, and too Ileiuyfroo from
Jwandniff. Jr
It IS the best ITarr DreSlljJl? and
n . .. ..
nesorvauvo in tno world.
Sterling's AmbrcrTia j
MaRupacturing Comp'y,
SOLE PROPRIETORS,
J,
NEW YORK.
RED
I
AT
1 1 111
ORIGINAL CASH STORE
-
BAN WBLIL
We aiojusMri roooiut of a
wintrg ooda for 183S cooauinfl of
FOREIGN & DOil STIC DKY G0( DS,
Choice Family Groceries,
HATS AND GAPS,
Mcady Made Clothing
AND ALL ARTICLES IN USE.
ALL of which were bought for CASIT, at tho vory lowest ra'e aud hay
positively will Bell cheaper tb&n any ot'jor EitubliAlMieu t ia ibe
County,
Sept 2l3t 1665 -6mo
mm
THE
OF
& B5BSTra'
large anJ varied assortan-nt of full and
BOOTS AND SHOES
DAN WILL & BRC'S
NOTICE.
Genrflro Barna administrator of tlia Estate of
Shelton Barns latoof Vinton county, and State
of Ohio, deceased, has filed his accounts and
vtMX'hors for iutpoction ami iinui suttiemont,
rid that the sumo will be fur hearing on the
BOtuday ofSontombor 1SI55
' U ' IiK'UAUD CRAM.
Augfiist 10th ISbS 8w rrobateJudzs
A. S. liKOWN.
T. P. BUtJWN
BROWN BROTHERS,
WHOLESALE AND EETAIL DKALKB3 IN
RrCERIES'AND LIQUOR.
No. 8 I'iglrou Corner,
i'tirterafuth, Ohio:
MARRIETA AND CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
ON and after Monday, Oolobar 31, 184, and
until further notice, trains wiU run aa ful
owa: MAILGOIKQ EAST,
Leaves Ctnlanati at 7:40 A. 11.: Lesvta Lovs
snd,st8:5l A, M.; arrivaa at Chilliootha at
12:29 P.M.; Leavea Chilliootha at )i:4 P. M.;
leavea Ham Jea Junction at 4:1 P.M.; leavea
McArthur. at 884 P. M.J leaves Zaleski, at 31:01
P. M., leavea Athepa at 4:13 P. M. Arrives
at Marietta at 6:55 V. M.; arrivea at I'arkers
burg at 7:00 P. M.
MAIL QOINO WEST.
Leavea Petersburg, at 7:40 A. M.; leaves Ur-
icttaat 7:46 A.M.; leavea Athena at 1 :S1 A.
M.; leavoaZaloski, 11.45 A.M.! leaves MoAr
;hur, 11:18 l1. M.; 11 am Jen Jaautiun at I4:J
I A.M. Arrivea at Uhi'licotho at 1:5a P.M.;
j Leaves Chillicothe at 8:13 P.M.; leavea Lova
jland at V. M.; arrives at Cinclnnatti at
7uu r.M.
HaleAl Frolglit carying pasaengers, paaaea
UoArtbur foinc East at :0 A. U.i a-ointf
Westa.l:P. M.
Tho Accomntodation Train Leavea Chillicotr")
it i:20 A. M.: arrivea at Cinclnnatti at 10:2S A.
iM.;luavos Concinnati at 8:80 I. M.; arrives i
Ci.illicothast8:u 1'. as.
Coui.ectiius are made at Lovelsnl wl'li
Trian. to and from Columbus; snd al Uamdcn
Junction with trains 10 and from Puitumoatu
JOHN UCKAKD. Bup't.
.W SKIBS FDR 1865-C,
The Grt-at Invention of the tge in
HOOP SKIRTS.
J. W. BRADLEV'8 Kew Patent DrrLl 'T
ELLIPTIO(or double) BI'RIM PKIR'l'.
THIS INVENTION c.msisU of DUPLEJ f it
two) Elliptic Kteel Springs, ingenioualv Ilml
ed Tightly aud Firmly together edge toeJga,
naainit tne 'onjfnest. most nexibie lasuo ai.-J
DuraMe Spring ever need. They seldom Botil
or Break like the Single Spring-, and conse
quently PrcsOTVe theii Perfect and Beautiful
M:ape twice as Long as aiy Single burin;
Skirt that Ever Has or Can ha made.
The wonderful flexibility and Great Com.
fort und pleasure o any Lady wearing this
Duplex Elliiiic Skirt will ho experienced liarl T
uularly in all Crowded Assemblies, Opera,
Carriage, Kallroad (Jars' thuruh rewa , Arm
( hairs, for Promenade and Uonse Dress, a he
Skirt can be folded, whon in use, to ocenpy a
small place as easily and conveniently aa a Silk
or Muslin lren.
A lady uavinir enjoyed the pleasure, comfort
und ifTJut convenience of wearing the "Duplex
cultio otoei oprina eairt" tor a single day,
will nevor afterwards wllllnslj dispei.se with
tlioir use. For Cliildren, Misses, and Toung
Lslies, they are t-nperior to all ethers.
THE HOOPS are covered with 8 ply double
twisti d thread and will wear twice as long as
the Single yarn ooverinjr which ia nsod on all
Singlo Stoel Hoop Skirt. The three bottom rods
An averv Skirt ara alsA Dnnhln flrial . anH t.U.
or double ooverod to prevent the covering from
woanng on ire ujs wnea artgf.tig aown s-aire
stone steps, sc., which tbey aie constantly mb
joot to when in nse.
au are maun or tne new and elegant Corded
Tspes. are the Host Quality hi every part,
living to the wearer the most graceful aud per
fect Shape po sible, and are Unquestionably the
lightest, most dosirable, comfortable and econo
mical Skirt' evormado.
WESTS' BRADLKV & CARV, PROPRIE
TORS of the Invention, and 80LEMANUFAC
TURERS, 97 Chambers, and7 and 1 Reade
Stnet New York.
FlK&ALKIn all First Ows Btorea In this
City and throughout the United States, and .
Cunadus, Havana da Cuba, Mexico, South '
America, and the West Indies.
inquihi von Tax BDrLaxxLtirrio(OTdoaMe)
FPRINO SKIBT.
August 24, 1H5 im
A. AO.
RAILROAD. TAXES FOR 1865--VINTON COUNTY, O.
RAILROAD. TAXES FOR 1865--VINTON COUNTY, O. Notice to the Tax--Payers of Vinton County, Ohio.
In pursuance of a lav?, I, David
for 1865, is correctly stated in tn
oaoh township and I icorporated
necessary for the Treiiusrar to attend
0
Foreman Troaauror of said County,
toiiowing muio, snowing mo numoer 01 cents leviea on every hundred dollafg of taxable property in
town ot am 1 cmny, ana mat mo county omtniseioners navo pasbed an
one day in each township for the pnrposa of receiving taxes.
hereby natify the Tx Tayera
thereot that" the rate of Taxation
order that they do ur.t deem it
STATE TAX. COUNTY TAXES.
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SPECIAL NOTICE.
The undersigned
Taxes after which al
will attend at his Offlce. in McArthur,
Taxos remaining unpaid will be subject to
from October 1st until the 20th
a penalty of Five per cent.
day
of December next
to receive
DAVID FOREMAN,
September 28th 18656 w
Treasurer of Vinton County, O,
G. W. J. WOL1Z,
BEPAIBlB OF
Watcues, Clocks,
AND
MUSICAL INSTRUHEHTS,
HVLBEKTS BUILDINGS,
Ma ARTHUR, OHIO.
Justices Blanks. Blank Deeds.
etc. of all descriptions for sale at this
Office.
rarms for Sale.
4 SO Acres in AIissocri.
ONE Tract, of 320 acres, situated on th
waters of Current River, 12Tniles from
the county seat, 8 miles from Sinking
Spring, an enterprising: village in Dent
county, Missouri. About T5 seres of bot
tom land, and about 100 actes of timbered
land.
Also 160 acres of rich farming land
and good timber land, S miles from Emin-
., it' :
ence, in snanuon county, imssoun, on
Current River. The about land will be sold
at a bargain, and part of it exchanged lei
stock. For further particulars, call oa or
addresa
BRATTON & MAYO,
McArthur, Ohio,
Aug. 17, 1866-6;
DIVORCE NOTICE.
Statx or Ohio, Viuton Couktt:
rtiebe Ana Pierce, Fl'fl,l Ourt of Common i
against V Pleas.
Saraael I'ierce.beft. I Divorce.
Samuel 1'icroe, of Prairioville, in the Oonntv
of Decatur, in the State of Iowa, is hereby noi
titled that Phebe Ann Pierce did. on t-. ou.v.
day of June, A. D. 1895, file her Volition in
the office of the Oerk of the Conr. 7n" i
Pleas, within and for the sir rv..-.. tri..
ton. Ohio, charging the aaii sj,MWl PierM wllh
adultery witn one Lora'rt Dart, and with wil
ful absence for more ;htn tbree yeara, and ask
ing vuaisne may be divorced -from the aaid
Samuel Pierce; whioh petitiUon wiUaUad for
uaanug at kue next term cr said Court.
n t PHEBE ANN PIEKCK,
By Constable A 8hivel, haj Att'ya,
July 20,1865-air '
FORBlanks of all
he Dsmvcbat OrnoK.
kinds call at
wlATTON . ARCII.HAvn
Mxim iD-iiro-
Allornejs at Law,
MeARTIlUR, VINTON Co. O.
WILL attend to all legal business intm-tel
r c" ll ytntoa, Athens. Jaokaon, Koas,
Hooking and adjoining eoantiea.
Particnlor attention given to the collection
ofaoldieraclaima for Pensions, Bonntiee, ar
reara cf ray to., afratnat the United Btateaur
vmu, luuiuuiDg at organ tela olaime.
AprU lath
isea, .1
NOTICE.
iaswii A. MartlBdale, Guardian of Bareh E
Msrtindale, baa filed hie aaeounf and voucher
foriiapeoUoo and final aeulement, and tha
Ibe same win he passed upon on the nd dsr
of September. 16S. RICHARD CRAIG.
August ICth 1845 3 v ProbaU Judge.

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